Photography 101 A-Z Guide to Photography

Photography 101 A-Z Guide to Photography

Photography 101 A-Z Guide to Photography
WEBRip | MP4 | English | 1920 x 1080 | AVC ~4000 kbps | 23.976 fps
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Genre: eLearning Video / Photographing

We get out of the classroom setting and teach photography in real-life situations. For example, we would rather teach the concepts of aperture and depth-of-field in a live shoot with a model rather than showing charts and graphs. We would rather illustrate the concepts of finding the right light with a real couples portrait session rather than talking through theories or using images from an existing portfolio. Watching this workshop is the equivalent of taking a week-long, in-person workshop that we have charged thousands of dollars for in the past.

And more importantly, we are creating amazing imagery all along the way. Instead of teaching these concepts by photographing inanimate objects in inapplicable environments, we take the production value of the workshop a step further and create actual professional imagery.

You'll get:

- Over 12 GB
- Over 7 hours of Education
- Instruction by Lin and Jirsa Photography
- Learn to Create Professional Images with Basic Gear


1. Basic Photography Concepts
1.1 Introduction | Workshop Format
1.2 The Camera Is Simply a Tool
1.3 How Does a Camera Work?
1.4 How to Adjust Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO
1.5 Exposure Triangle
1.6 What is a Stop of Light
1.7 Reading Exposure Via the Histogram
1.8 Blown Highlights or Clipped Details
1.9 White Balance and Color Temperature
2. Understanding Exposure

2.1 No Such thing as the Correct Exposure
2.2 How to Measure or Meter Light
2.3 8 Key Points to Understanding ISO and Image Quality
2.4 Understanding the 3 Primary Metering Modes
2.5 How to Get Perfect Exposures in One Shot
2.6 Equivalent Exposure but Different Images
2.7 Compensating for Light and Dark Scenes

3. From Auto Modes to Manual
3.1 Starting with Automated Modes
3.2 Auto Mode and Flash-Off Mode
3.3 Portrait Mode on a Fashion Shoot
3.4 Landscape Mode on the Beach
3.5 Sports or Action Mode
3.6 Macro Mode with Food Photography
3.7 Creative Effects Mode ? Floral Photography
3.8 In-Camera Processing
3.9 A Glimpse into Raw Processing

4. Sharp Images and Focusing Techniques
4.1 15 Tips When You?re Having Trouble Focusing
4.2 3 Primary Types of Autofocus
4.3 Single Shot with Portrait Session
4.4 Single Shot with Action Shots
4.5 AI Servo with Action Shots
4.6 Focus Recomposing vs AF Point Selection
4.7 Shutter Speed and the Reciprocal Rule
4.8 How to Hold a Camera and Panning Tutorial

5. Composition, Artistry, and Creating Great Images
5.1 What Makes a Great Photograph
5.2 How to Capture Candid Moments
5.3 How to Find the Right Light Direction
5.4 5 Basic Compositional Theories
5.5 The Power of Cropping
5.6 Color Schemes
5.7 Diving into the Narrative
5.8 If It?s Not Working With, It?s Probably Working Against

6. Learning More About Your Camera
6.1 More About Your Camera and Lenses
6.2 Understanding Megapixels
6.3 Crop vs Full Frame Cameras
6.4 Crop vs Full Frame Cameras Demonstration
6.5 Prime vs Zoom Lens
6.6 How the Lens Affects Composition
6.7 Dynamic Range and RAW vs JPEG
6.8 5 Tips on Memory Cards
6.9 10 Tips on Buying Gear
6.10 Conclusion
6.11 The Good Karma Jar

7. Bonus
7.1 Posing and Action Shots with Female Model
7.2 Posing and Lighting with Female Model
7.3 Posing and Lighting Couples Portraits


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